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San Antonio Museum of Art

Guernica Tapestry, San Antonio

Jun 30, 2012 By Michael Hoinski

The most famous of three tapestry versions of Guernica, Pablo Picasso’s anti-war masterpiece, has found a new home at the San Antonio Museum of Art after being displayed for nearly 25 years at the United Nations headquarters in New York. There, in 2003, officials controversially covered it with a blue curtain during Secretary…